Together for Waisman: A Stay-at-Home Benefit
May 22 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Together for Waisman
Join us for a stay-at-home benefit on Saturday, May 22.
|When:||Saturday, May 22, 2020|
|What:||In appreciation for your support, our partners will receive a gourmet meal-to-go, prepared by Chez Vous, goodies from Orange Tree Imports, and a bottle of wine from General Beverage.|
|How:||Curbside or delivery – meals delivered by EatStreet Madison and include a $10 EatStreet gift card
Pick-up between 3:00-5:00 p.m
|Download:||Together for Waisman Invite and Response Card|
|Share the Joy:||Keep a meal, gift a meal|
|Thank You!||As a thank you for your support,enjoy a gourmet meal-to-go,a bottle of wine,and other goodies. Delivery via EatStreet or pick-up by appointment between 3:00-5:00 p.m.|
|Questions?||For more information, to learn about partner opportunities or general questions
Email or call Teresa Palumbo – firstname.lastname@example.org | 608-279-7460
|Register by:||By May 14, 2020|
|Register:||Click here to register for the Waisman Spring Benefit 2021|
|Partnership Levels:||For more information, partner opportunities, and to register online, visit: waisman.wisc.edu/event/benefit-2021/ email@example.com | 608.279.7460
Details about partnerships and the meal are included on the enclosed reply card.
RSVP by May 14
|Donate Only:||Donation Only Any amount. 100% tax-deductible.
Or send your check to: Friends of the Waisman Center, Room 239, 1500 Highland Ave., Madison, WI 53705
Inspiring hope. Advancing discoveries. Each day, Waisman researchers and clinicians investigate how the brain functions and behaves. Their work provides important discoveries and insight on intellectual and developmental disabilities,such as autism and Down syndrome, and neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. This important work advances the boundaries of science and may lead to interventions and treatments to improve the lives of individuals and families challenged by these conditions.
We need your help. Your charitable gift will support purchasing a brain imaging modality — electroencephalography, also known as EEG — used to study the dynamics of electrical signaling in the brain. EEG is an integral tool in studying brain development across the lifespan. The EEG will be available in the Waisman Brain Imaging Core.
Through a generous challenge grant from W. Jerome Frautschi, we have the opportunity to match donations up to $25,000.